The Mitchell Institute team spent the first year of operation establishing the Institute, building relationships and networks, and developing our research and policy program for 2013-14.
Media coverage throughout the year provides a snapshot of the Institute’s highlights.
The Insitute was formed in 2013 to focus on policy-relevant research into health & education in Australia with a focus on socio-economic disadvantage.
Links to media coverage
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3 May 2013: New $12.5m policy think-tank for VU, Victoria University news
4 May 2013: New Mitchell Institute for Health and Education Policy, RN Saturday Extra, interview with Harold Mitchell
4 May 2013: Harold Mitchell’s $12.5m for think tank, The Australian, Adam Creighton
6 May 2013: Businessman Harold Mitchell helps fund new research institute , Australian Financial Review, Tim Dodd
6 May 2013: Private donations are not simply money in the bank, Australian Financial Review, Tim Dodd
8 May 2013: Dollars for our scholars , The Age, Sydney Morning Herald, Peter Dawkins, Victoria University
24 Nov 2013: Funding reform is vital to improve higher education, Australian Financial Review, Bark Burford, Mitchell Institute
25 Nov 2013: Standardised school tests kill creativity, says US expert, Australian Financial Review, Tim Dodd
30 Nov 2013: Pyne fails basic lessons of politics, Australian Financial Review, Tim Dodd
2 Dec 2013: The promises and problems facing Pyne, Australian Financial Review, Tim Dodd
Dec 2013: Looking beyond the money, pg. 7, The Melbourne Review, Luke Slattery.
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The Mitchell Institute for Health and Education Policy is located at 300 Queen Street, Melbourne. The Institute aims to make a significant and positive difference to the quality of public policy and ultimately, by influencing health and education policy, the lives of all Australians.
General enquiries: +61 3 9919 1820
Media enquiries: +61 3 9919 1878